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assault, including sexual assault;

  • 4.

    Senses, imagination, thought: Being able to use the senses; being able to imagine, to think, and to reason; being able to use one's mind in ways protected by guarantees of freedom of expression with respect to both political and artistic speech and freedom of religious exercise; being able to have pleasurable experiences and to avoid nonbeneficial pain;

  • 5.

    Emotions: Being able to have attachments to things and persons outside ourselves; being able to love those who love and care for us... not having one's emotional developing blighted by fear or anxiety;

    • 6.

      Practical reason: Being able to form a conception of the good and to engage in critical reflection about the planning of one's own life.

    • 7.

      Affiliation: Being able to live for and in relation to others, to recognize and show concern for other human beings, to engage in various forms of social interaction; being able to imagine the situation of another and to have compassion for that situation; having the capability for both justice and friendship.... Being able to be treated as a dignified being whose worth is equal to that of others.

    • 8.

      Other species: Being able to live with concern for and in relation to animals, plants, and the world of nature.

    • 9.

      Play: Being able to laugh, to play, to enjoy

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